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Labor Day

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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Labor DayˈLabor Day noun [uncountable] American English  TMCHOLIDAYa public holiday in the US on the first Monday in September
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Labor DayI realized how bad things were when I saw a Labor Day parade two years ago.After Labor Day, however, he brought in Mr Punsalong to help.Verney said the party hopes to have a nominating convention around Labor Day.Everyone who signs the petition becomes eligible to participate in the convention tentatively set for Labor Day weekend.Perot claims he is serving as a stand-in for whomever the Reform Party nominates at its Labor Day convention.Last Labor Day, he was ticketed at Exit 43.On this Labor Day, we must all remember that a decent wage for the working poor truly benefits everyone.
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